Additionally, through your college years you'll soon realize that most of your endeavors and time ought to be spent by yourself. Emphasis on friendships, societal standing, etc. is indicative of a deficiency within yourself. I mean, friendships in themselves are a bit funny. You try to move them into the other stuff you pile up through the day and yet the day still either passes slowly or too quickly for you to notice what happened. Sure, you get friends, or you don't. Does it really change anything in the quiet hours - the hours that dominate the clock? I find it doesn't answer anything at all. The wrong friends are just a ploy for your time to be deleted.
Then you'll shuffle through the personalities of those you meet, then shuffle through yourself, and then only come to realize that it doesn't fix anything at all unless you're by yourself.
You eventually hope for the time to pass - I guess there's not much commentary to be had.